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- adj. Describing compounds containing the most highly oxidized state of chlorine
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to, or designating, the highest oxygen acid (HClO4), of chlorine; -- called also hyperchloric.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Noting an acid (HClO4), a syrupy liquid obtained by decomposing potassium perchlorate by means of sulphuric acid.
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Analysis of both lactate and pyruvate in blood is carried out on a specimen of blood, which has been pre-treated with perchloric acid.
Cerebrospinal fluid, in most cases, can simply be collected and subsequently frozen without perchloric acid treatment.
A colleague of mine once heated a mixture of perchloric acid and soap in a test tube once - the results were very loud and spectacular.
The perchloric acid filched from the chemistry lab at the high school is intact; in another barrel is the sawdust.
To extract protein-rich cells, they heated the sludge at high temperature and the resulting material was dipped in nitric acid, perchloric acid, citric acid or hydrochloric acid.
One half of the core was sampled and assayed using aqua regia digestion with AAS determination for gold, and hydrochloric/perchloric (HCl/HClO4) digestion with ICP-MS determination for copper, molybdenum, silver, zinc, lead and others (a total of 35 elements).
Striata were homogenized in 50 volumes of ice-cold 0.2 N perchloric acid containing 0.2 mM sodium disulphide and 0.45 mM EDTA.
Perchlorate, a type of salt derived from perchloric acid, has been found in drinking water in at least 35 states.
On Earth, perchlorates - salts derived from perchloric acid - are used in solid rocket fuel, fireworks and airbags.
Perchlorates occur both naturally and through manufacturing and are the salts derived from perchloric acid (HClO4).